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Coffee not draining properly

The coffee is not draining form the pot, it comes out the sides and goes on the counter. We only get a 1/2 pot coffee, the filter is always full of coffee.It seems like the hole where the coffee is coming out of the filter is not opening. An I missing a part. If I take the pot out while it is brewing the coffee does not stop. Thank you

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Did you try it this way?
Before descaling, remove the filter holder (f).
• You may use either the Krups descaling solution diluted in 8 ounces of water or
8 ounces of white vinegar.
• Pour the solution or vinegar into the water reservoir and start the coffee machine
(without coffee).
• Allow half the liquid to run into the carafe, then switch off and let stand for 1 hour.
• Restart the coffee machine to complete the cycle.
• Rinse the coffee machine by running it through 2 full cycles with water only
I would make vinegar stronger and leave it in for a few hours or more.

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http://www.krupsusa.com/NR/rdonlyres/28C9969C-D788-4136-B298-EA43960B582C/28300/KM4065dahlstromUS.pdf

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